A week on Hontoon Island was a chance to get close to nature — very close — and I didn’t waste it. Some say that living on a boat is living in nature, and that is true to some extent. But you can still miss a lot, especially with a motor running. In my last day on the island, I had – and took — the time to look closely. Looking closely usually takes patience, sometimes silence, and often solitude. Here are my last photos from the island, and a nod to two special people who told Jeff about this special place years ago. (Please indulge my photos of the heron; it was too hard to choose just one!)
3 thoughts on “Up Close Before Leaving”
The heron photos are just gorgeous!
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Mary, your photo’s are incredible, hard to believe they are from a cell phone. You certainly live a busy and exciting life……Walt Brater
Hopefully not too busy, since one of my goals is to avoid that “I’m SO busy!” trap. 😉